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Recreation and Public Access Supervisor – CA Tahoe Conservancy
South Lake Tahoe, California
Under the direction of the Director of the Land Division, the incumbent shall develop partnerships to advance the Basin’s and State’s recreation and access goals and implement the State’s outdoors for all initiatives. The Recreation and Public Access Program facilitates multi-benefit restoration and recreation projects, expands equitable access, and prepares the Basin’s recreation infrastructure for climate change and increasing visitation. The incumbent shall possess a technical background in environmental or urban planning, public administration, natural resources, recreation, or an outdoor resource-related field and possess leadership skills to guide coordinated efforts. In addition, the incumbent utilizes matrix-management principles and works closely with the Tahoe Livable Communities Supervisor to ensure integration with sustainable communities’ principles; with the Land Management Program Supervisor to ensure integration with the Conservancy’s public land management program; and the Natural Resources Division to support efforts that enhance biodiversity and climate resiliency.
You will find additional information about the job in the Duty Statement.
The duties of this position are primarily performed inside. This position requires prolonged sitting, use of the telephone, personal computer, and hybrid meeting platforms. The Conservancy office is located at 1061 3rd Street building and is equipped with standard or ergonomic office equipment, as appropriate. Travel may be required to attend meetings, training, and project sites.